Some say football was created 2500 years ago in China, however some believe that the Ancient Greeks and Romans played ball games with their feet. We do not know for sure however this information reveals that it was created at least 2500 years ago.
No. going to the beach as a holiday pastime only developed in the late 19th century. Until then, the only people visiting the beach were fishermen and beachcombers.
Depends upon their family's financial status. Not as selective as Renaissance Europe, but not as free as today.
Ballet as we know it today did not exist at the time. People either danced in their everyday or Sunday clothes. In Court circles you had "masques", dance/theatre performances where the participants dressed up like (usually) mythological figures or like symbolic figures such as 'the sun',...
American colonization began to pick up.
Anything they could find (that didn't taste bad). They would makepot pies, roasts, corn cakes, etc. Alcohol was a choice beverage, because water was not sanitary.
Yes there was a class system in the 1600s and even today there is a class system, the government files you into a class for taxes today though.
the french came to the mid west because they were expanding there home land
Several. Navigational instruments were very primitive at best. Maps of any area outside Europe were often inaccurate and more often, simply unavailable. Local populations were often hostile and inland expeditions in many cases ended in death or decimation. Ships were small and overcrowded...
Trade was already brisk by then, and had been for centuries. Food - dried fish, grain (rye, wheat), pulses (peas and beans), spices, wines, salt, dried fruit, honey, sugar, tea, etc. Manufactured goods: knives and swords (as you mentioned) but also cloth (linen, wool,...
For the most part, the poor wore homemade clothes. They couldn't afford to buy clothes so made themselves clothing out of things like deer skin. The people would hunt the deer, eat the meat, and use the skins to make clothes, shoes, and boots.
no they only came about at the end of the 19th century
yes there was there was the House of Burgesses
mhm . the rewards in England was :they got free Territory and land.they got Good money ( $$$)&& your grandma told me that the rewards Were too long to understandnumbero four is England is Great place to Live because it just isam i wasting your Time ?
Yes, but far fewer than in the 18th century on onwards. Slavery began to boom around 1660 during the transition from the tobacco to sugar industries.
steak and kidney pieyorkshire puddingenglish trifleshepherds piemincemeat pieroast suckling pig
They ate donut's, corn, squash, basically regular food they mostly ate corn squash beans and peas
It depends on the earths rotation,, ,
The cavaliers name before the cavaliers was Cleveland Cavaliers. MO GOTTI FU LEBRON
Berkeley believed very strongly in minds and their ideas.
The 1600's was a time of puritan belief. Their values reflected ideas and beliefs that would "purify" their souls and abolish sin. Marriage was a strong belief in the 1600's so any adultery or sex outside of marriage was taken very seriously, even punishable by death. Religion and going to church...
pie,pudding, vegetable soup,and many more
== Answer == As might be expected, the text of the Magna Carta of 1215 bears many traces of haste, and is clearly the product of much bargaining and many hands. Most of its clauses deal with specific, and often long-standing, grievances rather than with general principles of law. Some of the...
perkembangan agama islam di gorontalo,dimulai dikampung tamalate,dimana hal ini dapat dibuktikan dengan monumen raja gorontalo ( putra pongoliu II ).dimana dalam monumen itu ditulis awal perkembangan agama islam di gorontalo
only rich people got it poor people were even lucky they could count. Also there was a zero tolerance in the school and if you interrupted at any time you would be beaten with a cane.
first it's called "Sunda Kelapa" then after defeated by the dutch, it changed to "Batavia"
There are different types of food that they ate in Paris in the 1600s. The food included farm produce, deer, boar and fish and much more.
The Pilgrims seperatists from England.
== Answer == fish == Answer == fish == Answer == Blacksmith, shoemaker, carpenter, etc.
around the age of 14 for girls and around the age 15 to 16 for boys
People would travel on horses or in a horse and carriage. Otherwise they would walk, suggesting that they were not wealthy.
The answer is 1,700 people.
The youngest girl accused of witchcraft was 5 years old, Sarah Good
they wore their hair naturally. they wore it like loose curls or buns.
the most abundant nationality in Massachusetts is Turkish, they mostly speak french but they also speak some Japanese
The English Bill of Rights was written and adopted in the year 1689, in late December, all though due to the fact a different calendar system was in use at the time, at the time it was known as the Bill of Rights 1688. It remains in effect as a law in the present-day United Kingdom.
The average life expectancy in the 1600s was about 35 years old.
i believe in 1624 it was around 124? it sounds like its way off but it might be right
Alice, Margaret, Charity, Anne, Mary
Little is known about the actual prices of horses in the 1600's in England. The price of a horse can vary and it would depend on the type of horse, the breed, etc...
There was1. Blacksmith 2. Tailor3. Farmer4. Weaver5. Gunsmith6. Jewler7. Cabinet maker8. Soldier9. Maid10. Wig Maker11. Doctor/physician
A few notable events include: the Swedish Empire under Gustav II Adolf landing in Pomerania, Germany to aid Protestants, the beginning of Swedish intervention in the Thirty Years' War, and the founding of the city of Boston, Massachusetts.
How fleeting youth. The 1600s were not as long ago as you think. Horses looked the same as they do now. MILLIONS of years ago, however, horses were much smaller (about the size of a cat) and they had toes!
horses, wagon boat, boat, horse and carraige, or by foot.
there were a lot more slaves in the 1800s than there were in the 1600s.
Popé, a Tewa religious leader from Ohkay Owingeh (San Juan Pueblo), led the revolt of 1680 against Spanish colonial rule in New Mexico. The intent of the Pueblo Revolt was to expel Spanish settlers from Pueblo lands, to preserve the the Pueblo as a nation, and to preserve the Pueblo way of life. ...
During the 1600s in England, people started to see children as more innocent people instead of as little adults. This means children had more time to play games, and these games included tic-tac-toe, hide and seek and many other simple games that are still around today.
Type your answer here...um idk that's wat im tryin to find out
People believed in witchcraft during the 1600's because it served as a scapegoat for any misfortune they were experiencing.
* Henri IV of France (reigned from 1589 until 1610) * Louis XII of France (reigned from 1610 until 1643) * Louis XIV of France (reigned from 1643 until 1715)
I know one way that slaves used to store food was in items called sub-floor pits, which are basically holes in the ground. This would keep food cooler and slaves would also put it in there so it wouldn't get stolen. If multiple families of slaves lived in one area they would have several sub...
different types of telescopes and the barometer
the life was a hard life they workes, they received
They both were not in an empire together. Rather Austria was part of the Habsburg empire. Prussia was a growing nation of its own.
"Underminded" is not a word. You are probably trying to ask what "undermined" puritanism. I'm not sure why this question is in solid state physics and special/general relativity categories, because I don't think either of those had much to do with the weakening of puritanism. However, as someone...
James 1, Charles 1, Oliver Cromwell, Charles 2, James2, William & Mary.
it was muddy and a little like France now
Massachusetts didn't exist as Massachusetts in the 1600's so there was no economy.
It refers to Plymouth, an English colony in the New World founded by Puritans, and is famous for Plymouth Rock and the origin of modern thanksgiving.
The English Bill of Rights was an important act passed by Parliament.
all sports that involve lasagna
beggars were treated like dirt! There were always looking for money and scraps of food to eat beggars were treated like dirt! There were always looking for money and scraps of food to eat
Farming was most important because of the plantations. Other jobs available was being a blacksmith, potter, shoemaker, craftsmen, or a bricklayer.
Religion was life in Europe. Separation of church and state did not exist. The church was the state. The religious figures held more power than the kings. It was part of your every day life. This is around when Martin Luther posted the 95 theses saying that eternal life is achieved through faith...
o.k. the role was to teach your personal relationship to God first, then family, and then community! it was and still is mean't to be the guide for everyones every day life in and as the basis of society!
Monarchs on the throne during the 1600's:House of Tudor:Elizabeth I (1558-1603) House of Stuart/StewartJames I was the first sovereign to reign over both England and Scotland and this began the union known as Great Britain. His Royal style then became 'King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland,...
First, I like to say some people still do believe in ghost. However, back in the 1600s many people believed because they needed some thing to explain the unexplainable back then.
Yes, very. This was because of the lack of science to explain unnatural occurrences e.g. freak weather or crop failure. People believed a lot in Witchcraft as well. This is mainly the cover-up for not understanding what was going on around them. If a newborn baby died of illness, the midwife would...
chicken is good but this source is bad.
Hi there, Marriage and dating are complex issues even scarcely defined today. To be honest, there is no answer to this question without knowing a specific region or location about which you ask. The answer would almost always vary from place to place.Jim RogersSan Diego, California